Acclaimed South African filmmaker Oliver Hermanus has officially confirmed his next project in a recent Instagram story. He revealed, “It’s been 3 years in the planning but here is what I do next: get ready.” His upcoming endeavor is an adaptation of the beloved gay romance novel ‘The History of Sound,’ and it has already created a buzz among cinema enthusiasts.
In this film, audiences will see ‘Normal People’ star Paul Mescal and ‘The Crown’ actor Josh O’Connor sharing the screen. Their casting has sparked excitement, as both have shown remarkable range and depth in their previous roles.
Hermanus, known for his sensitive and nuanced storytelling, has spent a considerable amount of time meticulously planning this project. His commitment to delivering a compelling narrative and his dedication to the craft is well-documented through his past critically acclaimed works.
‘The History of Sound’ promises to be a captivating journey, made even more intriguing by the three years of thoughtful preparation that Hermanus has invested. While further details about the film’s production and release date are yet to be announced, it is clear that ‘The History of Sound’ is a project that fans of Hermanus, Mescal, and O’Connor should eagerly anticipate.
Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting project from Oliver Hermanus.
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